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Kaley Cuoco opened up about starting a family, and why she’s “not quite there yet”

Kaley Cuoco is 32, at the height of her career, and newly married—and because of all this, she’s not ready to have kids just yet. First of all, we totally get it. Unlike previous generations, women are now more likely to have babies in their 30s than they are in their 20s because many women want dream jobs and financial stability before entering motherhood. Cuoco sounds just like any other millennial.

Entertainment Tonight checked in with the Big Bang actress three months after her wedding to Karl Cook, and while Cuoco said she knows she wants kids one day, that day is not today.

“I’m definitely—I’m not there yet,” she said. “I’m not quite there yet but I know that I will be ’cause I love kids. But I’m a worker bee right now—kind of my career is my focus and my husband. But, we love kids and we love animals so we’re meant to have children.”

The Big Bang Theory cast is currently filming Season 12 of the long-running show, which will be its last. Cuoco said news of the show’s end left her “drowning in tears,” so we can’t imagine she would be ready to start a family before her beloved show wraps.

However, she did share a super cute photo of her husband holding their friend’s newborn baby and captioned the photo: “family practice.”

Cuoco has always been a loving dog and horse mom, so we have no doubt she’ll adjust to motherhood like a champ whenever she’s ready.

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Big Bang star Kaley Cuoco’s very unconventional marriage

The newlyweds married over a year ago but still aren’t living together full time — and apparently the arrangement is working out well for them.

“We’re building our dream house and we’re eventually going to be under the same roof forever,” the former Big Bang Theory star told E! News this week.

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“We have a very unconventional marriage, you know. We have different locations that we’re at a lot. We’re not together every single day,” she explained.

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The 33-year-old added that having space in their relationship was “important” for her.

Cuoco also revealed that she loves their silly dynamic of poking fun of each other on social media. “If you want to Instagram shame each other, Instagram shame each other,” she joked.

“It makes life really fun. (Cook) really likes his Instagram posts. He’s his biggest fan.”

Last year, the actress opened up about her desire to have kids in the near future. “I’m not quite there yet, but I know that I will be ’cause I love kids,” she told Entertainment Tonight.

Cuoco says she enjoys poking fun at her husband Karl Cook on his Instagram page. Picture: Frazer Harrison/GettySource:Getty Images

“But I’m a worker bee right now — kind of my career is my focus and my husband. But, we love kids and we love animals so we’re meant to have children,” she added.

Cuoco and Cook tied the knot in June 2018 in Southern California, in a barn-themed wedding which included their many horses and many dogs.

Before meeting Cook, the actress was married to Ryan Sweeting for just under two years before splitting.

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Cuoco (third from left) with her Big Bang castmates. Picutre: Rich Fury/Getty Images/AFPSource:AFP

Cuoco has revealed that she hasn’t spoken to her Big Bang Theory cast mates since the show wrapped.

The sitcom’s cast and crew recorded the last episode at the start of May, with the show’s stars posting emotional tributes to the sitcom on social media at the time.

But it seems the team, who worked together for 12 years, are enjoying a bit of break from one another.

“You know what, I haven’t really talked to anyone,” Cuoco said at the Television Critics Association press tour about her contact with co-stars.

“This feels like a summer hiatus for us, so we all go off in our own directions. I think it’s going to hit us all more in September, when we would normally (go back to the show).”

The Big Bang Theory finale, which aired on Channel 9 last month, contained a bombshell for Cuoco’s character, Penny.

It was revealed that Penny was two months pregnant with her and Leonard’s first child.

Speaking to The Hollywood Reporter, Big Bang Theory showrunner Steve Holland explained: “Leonard and Penny had been talking about having children — and the decision not to — this season. Their relationship was really the jumping-off point of this whole show, and it felt important to us to honour that relationship.

“I love them together, and I wanted to know that they were ending in a happy place.”

But the storyline upset some fans of the sitcom because Penny had spent all season telling everyone that she didn’t want kids.

“So … Penny has spent the entire show VEHEMENTLY not wanting kids … but suddenly, because it’s the finale, she is pregnant and happy about it. Her only unique character arc took a complete nosedive into stereotypical nonsense … Glad this show is over,” an annoyed fan wrote.

“Penny has been ADAMANT all season that she doesn’t want kids. And now she’s pregnant. The one thing I was hoping wouldn’t happen. We can’t possibly have a woman not have kids,” another wrote.

Cuoco wasted no time in signing onto another project after The Big Bang Theory wrapped. She’s currently producing and voicing Harley Quinn in an adult animated series about the DC Comics character.

And she’s relishing the fact she’s no longer constrained by the family friendly nature of The Big Bang Theory and gets to swear in the upcoming series.

“I fu**ing love it,” Cuoco said about voicing Harley Quinn.

“It has been so much fun because … I have a little bit of a potty mouth myself. And it’s been great to be able to just scream and cuss and fight and be the bada** that Harley Quinn is.”

This article originally appeared on Fox News and was reproduced with permission

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Kaley Cuoco and her husband Karl Cook aren’t worried about other people’s opinions.

The newlyweds married over a year ago but still aren’t living together full time — and apparently the arrangement is working out well for them.

“We’re building our dream house and we’re eventually going to be under the same roof forever,” the former “Big Bang Theory” star told E! News on Tuesday.

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“We have a very unconventional marriage, you know. We have different locations that we’re at a lot. We’re not together every single day,” she explained.

The 33-year-old added that having space in their relationship is “important” for her.

Cuoco also revealed that she loves their silly dynamic of poking fun of each other on social media. “If you want to Instagram shame each other, Instagram shame each other,” she joked. “It makes life really fun. really likes his Instagram posts. He’s his biggest fan.”

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Last year, the actress opened up about her desire to have kids in the near future. “I’m not quite there yet, but I know that I will be ’cause I love kids,” she told Entertainment Tonight.

“But I’m a worker bee right now – kind of my career is my focus and my husband. But, we love kids and we love animals so we’re meant to have children,” she added.

Cuoco and Cook tied the knot in June 2018 in Southern California, in a barn-themed wedding which included their many horses and many dogs.

Before meeting Cook, the actress was married to Ryan Sweeting for just under two years before splitting.

‘The Big Bang Theory’ dropped a massive bombshell on its finale that came out of nowhere

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  • Part two of the “Big Bang Theory” finale on Thursday moved forward in time two months to reveal that Penny is pregnant.
  • The reveal was entirely unexpected.
  • The entire season showcased Penny adamantly saying she didn’t want children. Late on the episode, she said the pregnancy was an accident and just went with it.
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CBS’s “The Big Bang Theory” ended on Thursday night with one last big surprise.

As Amy and Sheldon were preparing to celebrate their Nobel Prize win, Penny and Leonard had some big news of their own: The couple revealed they were expecting their first child.

Fans were surprised and happy.

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Penny’s pregnancy was the third big reveal on the finale, after Amy and Sheldon’s Nobel Prize news and the building’s elevator getting fixed.

It was also the most unexpected. Though it made for a satisfying conclusion to the hit CBS comedy, Penny’s pregnancy felt a bit unearned.

Penny made it clear the entire season that she didn’t want to have kids, so to see her do a 180 all of a sudden on one episode without too much of an explanation felt a bit odd. And some fans agreed.

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It was self-serving for both the show and viewers who wanted to see Penny and Leonard have a traditional family.

When Penny’s best gal pals, Bernadette and Amy, mentioned they thought she didn’t want kids, Penny offered a simple explanation: The baby was an accident. She went out with Sheldon, got drunk, and went home to have sex with her husband, Leonard. It would have made more sense to see Penny struggle with that realization a little before ultimately choosing to move forward with the pregnancy happily.

The showrunner, Steve Holland, told Entertainment Weekly the reveal was discussed earlier in the season as a way to bookend the final episode with a moment from the series’ pilot where Leonard predicted that his children with Penny would be “smart and beautiful.” The pregnancy was part of the plan.

“It also felt a little bit like people were expecting it, so to write against it all season felt like a way to make that moment play as more of a surprise,” Holland said.

At the end of the day, the Penny and Leonard news made for a series finale that many fans seem satisfied with, and those can be rare with beloved shows.

The Big Bang Theory Gave Us Closure (and One Unsolved Mystery) in Its Touching Series Finale

In its 12 seasons, The Big Bang Theory didn’t often start with “previously on” openings, but in the series finale of the CBS show, which aired Thursday night, it started with possibly the longest “previously on” in TV history. It walked the audience through clips from the past 11 years: Penny (Kaley Cuoco) meeting her new neighbors, Leonard (Johnny Galecki) and Sheldon (Jim Parsons); Penny and Leonard falling in love; Sheldon knocking on countless doors (three times, of course); “Soft Kitty”; everyone falling in love; three weddings and two babies. It was a bittersweet walk down memory lane as the show began its final hour.

The second-to-last episode begins where it all started: in Leonard and Penny’s (formerly Leonard and Sheldon’s) apartment. The couple is trying to stay awake while Amy (Mayim Bialik) and Sheldon wait for a call to learn if they have won the Nobel Prize. After a prank call from Kripke, Amy gets the call: They’ve won the Nobel Prize in Physics.

The next day both Amy and Sheldon are elated with their accomplishment. They get texts from friends and family praising them for winning the medal. Amy says their lives will never be the same — and that’s right when they’re bombarded by press outside the apartment building. Sheldon sneaks back inside. He does the same later at the CalTech cafeteria, where he and Amy get a standing ovation. He even hides under his desk when a reporter tries to interview him.

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Meanwhile, Raj (Kunal Nayyar) hears Amy crying in the women’s restroom. She’s seen her picture all over the internet and she hates how she looks. Raj jumps at the chance to help her spend her Nobel Prize winnings on a makeover. He was made for this moment.

Back at the apartment, Sheldon tells Leonard he’s struggling with all the attention. And that’s when Raj walks in with his new project: Dr. Amy Farrah Fowler with a short, curly ‘do and a sleek new wardrobe. Sheldon storms out, saying he preferred the old Amy. Outside the apartment door, he tells Leonard that Amy was his one constant and he’s not liking all the change when THE ELEVATOR DOOR OPENS. Inside, Penny says, “Can you believe it? They finally fixed the elevator!”

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Sheldon says it’s a nightmare and runs down the stairs to find Penny waiting for him (not only is the elevator fixed after all these years, but it’s fast). She offers him a ride to the Cheesecake Factory — which, throwback alert, they haven’t been to in quite a few seasons. The two talk about how much has changed since they first met each other, and Sheldon comes to realize that change isn’t necessarily bad.

Then they see Howard (Simon Helberg) and Bernadette (Melissa Rauch) on the TV talking to CNN about their “best friends” the Nobel Prize Laureates. Sheldon decides to have a drink (90 percent Hawaiian punch, 10 percent vodka) with Penny.

They must have had a few drinks because the next episode begins with a two-month fast-forward in which we learn Penny and Leonard conceived later that night. As everyone readies to fly to Sweden for the Nobel Prize ceremony, the expecting parents are keeping their news quiet.

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But on the flight there, Sheldon worries that Penny has a stomach bug and will get him sick, causing him to miss his big day. He confronts Leonard about it, so his former roommate tells him the good news. Sheldon’s response is basically a non-response. Amy is thrilled though — she thinks that she and Penny are “sister wives” when she hears she got pregnant after a night of drinking with Sheldon. (They’re not.)

Once everyone gets settled into the hotel, Bernie and Howard FaceTime with Stewart to find out that his babysitting isn’t going so well. Michael has a fever and Halley lost a tooth when she fell down the stairs. They go to tell Sheldon they’re going to head home, and without any empathy for their situation, Sheldon gets upset. Already furious that Sheldon didn’t get excited for his upcoming child, Leonard says they’re leaving, too.

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As they prep for their big night, which they’ll now be at alone, Sheldon tells Amy he doesn’t understand why all his friends are being selfish. She tells him that he broke all their hearts, and he says that’s not what he meant to do. She tells her husband she knows he didn’t mean to, which is the only reason people tolerate him. “Does that include you?” Sheldon asks. “Sometimes, yeah,” Amy says.

Sheldon is finally realizing his dreams, being medaled with the Nobel Prize in Physics, and yet he’s upset about what happened earlier that night. He isn’t enjoying his moment. That is, until he hears his friends cheering for him from the second row. They’re all there, including Buffy, the vampire slayer (the show’s final special guest, Sarah Michelle Gellar), who sat next to Raj on the flight and somehow got conned into attending with them.

Amy gives a call to all young girls interested in pursuing a career in science to follow their dreams, and then she hands over the mic to her husband. He puts aside the 90-minute long speech he prepared, which he admits was mostly self-centered. He says the honor of this award doesn’t just belong to him. He shouts out to his family and his “other family.” He acknowledges that he couldn’t have done this without them.

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“I’ve been encouraged, sustained, and tolerated not only by my wife, but by the greatest group of friends anyone ever had,” Sheldon says. They he asks them to stand and calls them out one by one, even acknowledging “astronaut Howard Wolowitz.” He then says that he knows Leonard and Penny will have smart and beautiful babies. And he apologizes for not being the friend they deserve, but in his way, he loves them all.

It’s a tearful, sweet moment to end the series. No, Raj didn’t get married. No, we didn’t ever learn Penny’s last name. And there was only one pregnancy (fans were hoping to see Amy pregnant since her and Sheldon’s children were foretold on Young Sheldon). But this was a fitting way for the show to end. The Big Bang Theory was always about the friendships — originally the four guys, and growing beyond that as they grew — and that’s why this ending worked so well. And, hey, we got a fixed elevator and to see both of Bernie and Howard’s kids! All in all, it was a successful, fan-wish-filled finale.

And there’s one last moment: Before the credits roll, the cast sits on the couch and eats Chinese food while an acoustic version of the theme song plays them out. It must be Friday night.

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The Big Bang Theory has always been studiously apolitical. It doesn’t mention Donald Trump (outside of Chuck Lorre’s vanity cards), its characters don’t argue over science-related issues like health-care access or climate change, and it doesn’t dig into topics like gay marriage or gun control or immigration. For the most part, the show’s finale on Thursday night stayed true to that superficial neutrality. But in one plot point, it tripped into unfortunate political relevance.

Throughout this final season, Penny has explicitly reminded her husband Leonard that, no, she does not want to have children. She told him as much in the season premiere, after he wondered hopefully whether she’d gotten pregnant. She mentioned it again several episodes later, after an acquaintance asked Leonard to be a sperm donor. (Initially aghast at the idea, Penny wound up agreeing, though it didn’t work out in the end.) Again and again, the season hammered it home: Penny doesn’t want kids. She doesn’t want to get pregnant.

Then, in the finale, she got pregnant.

There are several reasons why this makes me want to rip my hair out. The first is the simple, superficial one: Penny’s pregnancy is used by the show to bring her relationship with Leonard full circle back to the pilot, when he looked at her longingly and declared that their babies would be both smart and beautiful. This was always Leonard’s vision, but never Penny’s.

At the same time, it’s completely reasonable that, after having long felt that she did not want children, Penny might change her mind. It happens a lot! But the way this story plays out makes light of her previous resolve. The pregnancy is presented as a settled event; there is no scene where Penny discovers she’s pregnant, no moment where she and Leonard discuss it, and no suggestion that this was a complicated decision for her. There’s no suggestion that it even was a decision for her: In the hour-long, two-part finale, Penny learns about her pregnancy in the commercial break between one half-hour and the next. It was an accident, she explains to the other characters. But she’s happy, she tells them!—while vomiting copiously, something no one seems to care about. She’s pregnant, she’s happy, and she never once mentions that this is something she very much did not want. Yay, pregnancy!

I doubt the finale’s writers could’ve predicted that this story would air on TV at the same moment pregnancy and reproductive rights are dominating headlines. The Big Bang Theory has existed in a vacuum separate from the political ecosystem for so long, but the finale arrived in the same week as a wave of state legislation that functionally outlaws abortion, during a moment when much of the country is talking about whether people with uteruses should be forced to give birth against their wills. It’s an especially touchy time for pregnancy stories. It’s an even more sensitive time for stories about women who become pregnant after saying explicitly that they do not want to be.

From what we see after Penny discovers she’s pregnant offscreen, we have to assume that she’s pleased, whether or not she made a choice about staying pregnant. But it’s hard to overstate how much this plot — which was surely intended as a sweet, hopeful end — instead comes off as thoughtless and tin-eared at best, dismissive and condescending at worst. In an otherwise heartwarming finale for these characters, after 12 years spent together on one of TV’s most popular shows, it’s infuriating and unfortunate that The Big Bang Theory would essentially erase a woman’s right to choose from her own narrative.

Big Bang Theory actress Kaley Cuoco has made it very clear before that she doesn’t appreciate her Instagram followers asking if she’s pregnant. Unfortunately though, some are still not taking the hint — which is why Kaley had to confront them again.

While honeymooning with her husband Karl Cook in Europe (the two got married in June), Kaley checked her Instagram and found that some folks were insinuating that she was expecting. Why? Because of the below picture she shared of her and Karl kissing in Lugano, Switzerland:

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⛄️ 🖤Love in Lugano 🖤❄️

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Clearly fed up, Kaley posted on her Instagram stories a screenshot of her comments section and circled two followers who asked “when’s the baby due?” and “Are you hiding a baby bump?!?!”

“I’m so sorry I bent over in a way to where my dress billowed in the wind and made you think this. Question. Would you walk up to me and ask this straight to my face?” Kaley rhetorically asked.

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Despite being annoyed at online commenters (which is totally understandable), it looks like Kaley is still having a blast on her honeymoon. Karl and Kaley went “truffle hunting” and wine tasting together. Based on her Instagrams, it looks like the pair started off in Switzerland and are now making their way through Italy. Hopefully more adorable pics like this one are to come:

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Kaley Cuoco just wants to enjoy being a newlywed — but instead, the “Big Bang Theory” star has been busy shutting down speculation about a potential pregnancy.

Cuoco, 33, has had quite an adventure since her marriage to professional equestrian Karl Cook, 27, in late June. Days after the ceremony, Cuoco was bedridden in the hospital recovering from shoulder surgery.

It wasn’t exactly the honeymoon Cuoco imagined.

But now, as Cuoco tries to make up for lost time during a getaway to Italy and Switzerland with her sweetheart, the actress is once again finding it hard to relax. Fans can’t stop flooding Cuoco’s social media accounts, pondering whether or not she’s pregnant.

On Wednesday, Cuoco shared a romantic Instagram photo of herself and Cook kissing in Switzerland.

“Love in Lugano,” she captioned the black and white image, which has garnered more than 185,000 likes as of Thursday evening.

Thousands shared messages of support for the happy couple, calling them “the cutest” and “the best.” However, some commenters apparently couldn’t help themselves and asked if Cuoco was sporting a tiny baby bump.

“When’s the baby due?” one Instagram user asked.

“Are you hiding a baby bump?!?!” another chimed in.

Cuoco promptly shut down the trolls, sharing a screenshot of the comments on her Instagram Story, along with an eye roll emoji.

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“I’m so sorry I bent over in a way where my dress billowed in the wind and made you think this. Question: Would you walk up to me and ask this straight to my face?” an annoyed Cuoco asked.

This isn’t the first time pregnancy rumors have swarmed the star.

“Question: Would you walk up to me and ask this straight to my face?”

— Kaley Cuoco

In October, Cuoco posed for a photo with her sister, Briana, at the 2018 InStyle Awards in Los Angeles. After sharing a snap from the event on Instagram, Cuoco, once again, fielded several comments about how she appeared to be pregnant.

Again, Cuoco took to her Instagram Stories to comment on the situation.

“So, because I’m in traffic I thought I’d take this time to comment on some Instagram trolls,” she said in a clip at the time, according to Today. “I posted a picture this morning of my sister and I from an event last night and people said I looked pregnant.”

“Would you ever walk up to someone on the street or at an event where they’re obviously dressed up and say, ‘Are you pregnant?’ It’s just so comedic and shocking that people would ask that,” she continued.

Cuoco later joked that it was probably just a “pregnant angle.”

This new ABC Family comedy revolves around Ben (Jean-Luc Bilodeau) a young man in his twenties. He becomes an “instant Baby Daddy” to an infant girl when she’s left on his doorstep by an ex-girlfriend. He decides to raise the baby with the help of his mother Bonnie (Melissa Peterman), his brother Danny (Derek Theler), his best buddy Tucker (Tahj Mowry) and Riley (Chelsea Kane), his close female friend who’s harboring a secret crush.

The cable channel is pairing Baby Daddy with their already successful sitcom Melissa & Joey. Will it be as successful or will it be cancelled after one season? Is it worth watching? Here’s what the critics are saying:

Boston Herald: “There’s so much mugging going on here, and none of it from the actresses playing the baby. Kane so resembles Kaley Cuoco, you might think The Big Bang Theory star is slumming. Fox’s Raising Hope manages to be both more outrageous and realistic than this flimsy, forgettable time-waster. But not since the Olsen twins ruled Full House have there been kids so gosh-darn-melt-your-cold-heart adorable. They’re most often used as props for silly sight gags, and they’re good sports.”

Chicago Tribune: “Let’s stipulate that ABC Family isn’t trying to reinvent the sitcom, and that nobody has cornered the cute-baby market, or the concept of having single men raising one. Even with that level of generosity, Baby Daddy is as stale as an old Diaper Genie, a series of poopy one-liners, powdered with little ‘Aw’-inducing moments of heart. While the concept ought to be a fertile one, there’s not enough duct tape in the world — the guys’ preferred method of holding diapers together — to make the show more than gratingly bearable… The cast is cheerful enough — and a lot younger than Tom Selleck, Ted Danson and Steve Guttenberg — but there’s really not much to be done with a concept this stale, or characters this thinly defined.”

Newsday: “Baby Daddy is predictable, and then not, and sugar sweet, and then more safely sugar-free sweet. It knows when to drop a punch line, when to work the awww factor, and when to get all Sentimental Message Time about characters learning to believe in themselves.”

LA Times: “Ever since Heidi got dragged up that mountain, tots have been turning angry/immature/egotistical/damaged guys into caring and wonderful adults with naught but a smile and, perhaps, a well-timed bout of fever. That the story hasn’t advanced an inch since then is dispiriting, but this show doesn’t even try.”

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: “In many respects, Baby Daddy is the anti-Teen Mom. This sitcom exists in a (fantasy?) universe where a potential father opts to care for a child that may not even be his. It’s also similar to Fox’s Raising Hope, except that Raising Hope offers smart comedy and Baby Daddy is stuck in the realm of TGIF humor.”

What do you think? Is Baby Daddy worth your time? Have you watched the show? Will you watch again?

The next ‘big bang’ might result in a baby for Kaley Cuoco. The newlywed TV star is reportedly trying to start a family with her hubby, as she thought she would have at least two kids by now!

Kaley Cuoco, 32, and Karl Cook, 27, tied the knot on June 30, and if wasn’t for some untimely surgery, she might have been pregnant by now. The Big Bang Theory is not wasting any time when it comes to starting a family with the equestrian. “Kaley wants a baby right away, and she says she’s going about it in a very old-school way,” an insider told Life & Style magazine, without going into the graphic details as to what “old-school” means, though they did note that Kaley hoped to get knocked up instead of knocked around during her honeymoon.

So, what’s the rush to have a baby? Supposedly, Kaley thought that she would already have children right now. She was married to tennis pro Ryan Sweeting from 2013 to their separation in 2015. The marriage didn’t produce any children, it seems the clock is ticking for Kaley. “She’s only 32 but her plan was always to be a young mom and have two kids by the time she was 35,” the insider tells Life & Style.

“Thing didn’t work out with Ryan” the source adds, “but Kaley has absolutely no regrets. She believes everything happens for a reason. Kaley can’t believe she found Karl, and they both want the same thing in life. There’s no doubt that she is going to be a wonderful mom.”

When Kaley eventually has a child, she can look back and say she went through some hell in order to get pregnant. Days after getting married, Kaley shared a picture of her in a hospital bed, with her new hubby grinning like a fool. “When your ‘honeymoon’ is shoulder surgery and your husband looks just as happy lol on the road to recovery,” she captioned the shot. While it looks like she might have thrown her shoulder out during that “old fashioned” baby-making, Kaley revealed that she had scheduled shoulder surgery for over a year. Of course, with every cloud, there’s a silver lining. As Kaley recovered from the surgery, she shared news that she had a naked butler (i.e. Karl, her husband) to wait on her hand and foot. So, it’s not all bad. With a naked Karl running around, Kaley may have her baby sooner than she knows it.

The Big Bang Theory’s upcoming season 12 episode The Propagation Proposition is baby talk central.

A promo clip for the newest edition sees Penny’s ex-boyfriend Zack (Brian Thomas Smith) and his wife want kids, but when it’s revealed that Zack is infertile, they seek out Leonard Hofstadter (Johnny Galecki) for help.

Aaaaawkward.

In the brief 20-second teaser, Zack is heard making the grand proposition, asking: ‘Leonard, would you be the father of our baby?’

Penny acknowledges that the situation is weird (Picture: YouTube)

Visibly and audibly stunned by his monumental request, Leonard replies: ‘This is really flattering.’

Kaley Cuoco’s character Penny then interrupts: ‘And also really weird, right?’

Yes, Penny, it is.

Viewers are predicting that all this talk of sperm donation will make Penny and Leonard broody, with one fan writing on YouTube: ‘I’m calling it, this is how Leonard and Penny have kids.

‘Penny’s going to get jealous and at the very end of the episode. She stops Leonard by agreeing to have kids.’

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However, Kaley has previously ruled out a child for Penny and Leonard, telling The Koz Post: ‘I love the way they have spoken about it.

‘She did not want to have children, she is very focused on his professional life and wants to enjoy his life.’

She added: ‘I appreciate it, I love it and I think it is a good message.’

The Big Bang Theory airs Thursdays in the US, with a UK date yet to be announced.

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Is Kaley Cuoco Pregnant? New Details On The Rumors She’s Expecting With Karl Cook

She really wants to be a mom.

Over the last few years, Kaley Cuoco’s personal life has been in the spotlight. From her off-screen relationship with Big Bang Theory co-star Johnny Galecki to her first marriage to professional tennis player Ryan Sweeting, and then her divorce from Sweeting, we’ve all been wondering if she would ever find love that would last.

But in June, the 32-year-old tied the knot for a second time with now-husband Karl Cook, 27, an equestrian and son of billionaire Scott Cook. Though they’ve been married less than a month, rumors have already started swirling the couple has a baby on the way. So, are the rumors true: Is Kaley Cuoco pregnant?

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The actress has wanted kids for a long time and thought she’d have at least two by now. Her marriage to Sweeting produced no children in their two years together, so she’s eager to be a mom.

According to a source, “Kaley wants a baby right away and she says she’s going about it in a very old-school way. She’s only 32 but her plan was always to be a young mom and have two kids by the time she was 35. Thing didn’t work out with Ryan but Kaley has absolutely no regrets. She believes everything happens for a reason. Kaley can’t believe she found Karl, and they both want the same thing in life. There’s no doubt that she is going to be a wonderful mom.”

Instead of trying immediately for a child, Cuoco spent part of her honeymoon in the hospital getting shoulder surgery.

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“When your ‘honeymoon’ is shoulder surgery and your husband looks just as happy lol on the road to recovery – thank you for all the love and support! knowing @mrtankcook I’m sure he will be posting tons of hilarious gems,” she captioned a post on Instagram.

No, it wasn’t an accident; the actress had the surgery planned for over a year. What a shame that it had to happen a few days after her wedding.

Luckily, she had a “naked butler” (aka her new husband) to tend to her, especially since the medication she’s on from the surgery makes her sick.

Hopefully these two newlyweds are on their way to becoming parents. Life doesn’t always work out as you planned, but that doesn’t mean you should ever stop trying.

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Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting is shutting down rumors that she and husband Ryan Sweeting are expecting. The pregnancy rumors stemmed from a photo posted on the “Big Bang Theory” actress’ dog’s Instagram. Cuoco-Sweeting insists that she simply has a love for babies, saying, “If you’re holding a baby right now, I will take it from you and hold it. Like, I have this need to take it.”

During a red carpet interview with E! before A Night at Sardi’s, a star-studded event that benefits the Alzheimer’s Association, an interviewer told Cuoco-Sweeting that the photo had sparked her curiosity. The actress said the reporter wasn’t alone but insisted she was definitely not with child.

“No, I’m not pregnant! I don’t know why people keep thinking that. Maybe I should wear a little tighter clothes,” she joked.

“Once your children have their baptisms and whatever, I’m going to be their hired entertainment,” he quipped.

The joke prompted the interviewer to ask if Gad has just spilled the beans, to which he replied, “Kaley’s having children!” Cuoco-Sweeting insisted that his claims were untrue.

Cuoco-Sweeting and her beau tied the knot in a New Year’s Eve wedding in 2013. The couple had only been dating a short time, but the actress told “Entertainment Tonight,” “I kind of feel that I’ve known him my whole life.” The ceremony took place at Hummingbird Nest Ranch in Southern California.

Cuoco-Sweeting told E! during her red carpet interview that she “can’t wait” to have children of her own, but did not mention if she and her hubby were actively trying. At the moment, she is busy working on “The Big Bang Theory” on CBS. The show is in its eighth season.